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INTRODUCING LISTERINE® NIGHTLY RESET™

INTRODUCING LISTERINE® NIGHTLY RESET.TM

An ADA Seal of Acceptance mouthwash with a powerful new formula that works to reset your mouths at the end of the day.*

LISTERINE® NIGHTLY RESET™ has:

  • Fluoride
  • No alcohol
  • A less intense taste and a new flavor, Twilight Mint™

IT TAKES TWO

Good oral health requires patients to implement an optimal home care routine twice daily. Unfortunately, patients often neglect their nighttime cleaning routines.1 In fact, a recent study found that:

LISTERINE® NIGHTLY RESET™ IS DESIGNED TO HELP IMPROVE NIGHTTIME COMPLIANCE THROUGH A POWERFUL NEW FORMULA THAT WORKS HARD WHILE PATIENTS SLEEP:

GREATER FLUORIDE UPTAKE FOR STRONG TEETH

LISTERINE® NIGHTLY RESET™ is powered by RAPID FUSION TECHNOLOGY®. This unique fluoride delivery system dramatically boosts fluoride uptake and remineralization in lab studies compared to ACT® Anticavity, helping to strengthen tooth surfaces and prevent cavities from forming for up to 12 hours.1-5

See which LISTERINE® products you should consider recommending to those seeking fluoride solutions.

Formulated to enhance the bioavailability of ionic fluoride to maximize fluoride uptake and strengthen enamel through remineralization.1-5

INTRODUCING LISTERINE® NIGHTLY RESET™- Footnotes

*When used twice daily.

Compared to ACT® Total Care Anticavity Fluoride Rinse, ACT® Total Care Fluoride Rinse-Alcohol Free, ACT® Total Care Anticavity Fluoride Mouthwash, ACT® Restoring™ Anticavity Mouthwash, and ACT® Anticavity Kids Fluoride Rinse in a laboratory study.

References: 1. Data on file, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. 2. González-Cabezas C, Jiang H, Fontana M. Remineralizing effect of low-pH fluoride treatment on advanced non-cavitated lesions (abstract). Caries Res. 2009;43:179-244. 3. Friberger P. The effect of pH upon fluoride uptake in intact enamel. Scand J Dent Res. 1975;83(6):339-344. 4. Petersson LG, Lodding A, Hakenberg M, Koch G. Fluoride profiles in human enamel after in vitro treatment with dentifrices of different compositions and acidities. Swed Dent J. 1989;13(5):177-183. 5. Delbem AC, Tiano GC, Alves KM, Cunha RF. Anticariogenic potencial of acidulate solutions with low fluoride concentration. J Appl Oral Sci. 2006;14(4):233-237.